President Donald Trump has proven one thing over and over since being elected.
He will not quit fighting for America.
This means that Americans cannot stop fighting for President Trump.
That goes specifically for Georgians, as the upcoming Senate runoffs are fast approaching, and the fate of our country is in the hands of those voters.
The president held a rally in Georgia on Saturday night, where he warned of the dangers of socialism if republicans lose the Senate to the democrats.
For more on the rally in Georgia, here's Fox News:
With the Republican majority on the line in Georgia's Senate runoffs, President Trump returned to the campaign trail Saturday for the first time since last month’s presidential election.
Along with first lady Melania Trump, he gave a night rally in Valdosta, Ga., for Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
Trump described to the crowd how he saw the stakes in the twin Senate runoffs.
"Very simply, you will decide whether your children will grow up in a socialist country or free country. Socialism is just the beginning for these people. They want to go into a communistic form of government," the president continued.
Trump said that Perdue's opponent, Jon Ossoff, and Loeffler's opponent, the Rev. Raphael Warnock, are the "two most extreme, far-left, liberal candidates in history."
Trump implored Georgians to vote, while still sowing distrust in the state's handling of elections.
"You must go vote, vote early. They cheated, they rigged our presidential election, but we will still win it. They're going to try and rig this election too."
Trump then hit the state's Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. "Your governor could stop it very easily, if he knew what the hell he was doing."
He said that Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger were "afraid of Stacey Abrams," the former Democratic gubernatorial candidate and voting rights activist.
"If I lost, I'd be a very gracious loser. If I lost, I'd go to Florida...but you can't ever accept what they steal and rig and rob. You can't accept it," Trump continued.
Of the 2024 presidential election, Trump said, "Hopefully, I won't have to be a candidate."
Just after the rally, the president took to Twitter to urge Georgians to register to vote before Monday, Dec. 12, and to request an absentee ballot before 12/31.
"The answer to the Democrat voter fraud is not to stay at home - that’s what Pelosi and Schumer want you to do. If you want revenge on the Democrats for their efforts to steal the Presidential election, where we are fighting hard, you have to show up and vote in RECORD numbers!" he added.
Democrats are still geting away with cheating, and President Trump called them out in a big way.
President Trump called this Georgia Senate race the most important runoff "probably in American history."
Breitbart has the story:
President Donald Trump rallied Saturday night for Republican Senate candidates Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, emphasizing the high stakes of their upcoming Senate runoff race.
Speaking to a packed crowd of several thousand Saturday evening at Valdosta Regional Airport, Trump assessed that the race was “the most important congressional runoff probably in American history.”
Perdue and Loeffler are facing Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock on January 5.
If the Georgia Democrats both win their races, the Senate would be deadlocked, and — if Joe Biden survives legal challenges from the Trump campaign — Democrat Sen. Kamala Harris would decide any votes in the Senate that end in a 50–50 tie.
Trump clarified that control of the Senate “really means control of this country.”
The crowds were firmly behind President Trump, with chants of "Fight for Trump" breaking out.